4 Things Restaurant Owners Should Know About Makeup Air

August 1, 2018

Balancing the airflow in a restaurant is a delicate operation. You want your dining room cozy and odor-free, and you want your kitchen to stay clear of smoke, steam, and cooking fumes. Airflow in your restaurant structure is impacted by the amount of makeup air entering your system. Makeup air is ventilated from outside and is conditioned by your HVAC system. Here are four things to know about inadequate makeup air. Poor Air Return Can Make Your Dining Room Uncomfortable You may instantly blame your air conditioning unit, your furnace, or

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5 Reasons You Need an Air Purifier This Winter

January 5, 2018

When you think about poor air quality you may picture summertime issues like pollen and ragweed, city smog, and seasonally high humidity levels. You may assume that as temperatures decrease, so does your need for an air purifier. However, while icy air can feel crisp and clean when you walk out of your home, your indoor air quality during the winter months is likely at it the worst level you’ll experience throughout the entire year. In this blog, we list five reasons to continue using your existing air purifier year-round or to add an

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Have Poor Indoor Air? 6 Ways to Purify Your Air!

May 9, 2016

By now, you’ve likely heard of statistical reports that say that indoor air can be up to five or more times dirtier than the air outside. In a previous blog, we provided you with tips so you can discover if your home has poor air quality. Even if you determine your home’s indoor air quality, do you know how to improve it? Instead of suffering from allergies, coughs, and sneezes, use the tips in this blog to purify your home’s air. Cleaner air is only a few simple steps away. Read on to learn what you can

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9 Warning Signs That Your Home Has Poor Air Quality

March 11, 2016

As you’ve lived and worked in the Wasatch Front, you’ve learned how to recognize days with bad air quality. You may even have specific routines that you adopt when you notice heavier smog on your morning commute. But air pollutants don’t always stay outdoors. In fact, many everyday activities in your home can spread airborne contaminants, from aerosol fumes to dust mites. Over time, normal living circumstances and heavy outdoor pollution can contribute to poor indoor air quality in your home. Air quality can have a significant impact on your family’s health and comfort.

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How to Determine If Your Baby Needs a Humidifier

September 21, 2015

Before you bring your beautiful infant home from the hospital, you want to make sure everything in your house is ready. You’ve picked out the perfect crib and repurposed your guest bedroom into a nursery space. You’ve even vacuumed all the carpets to clean up dirt and dust that could find their way into your baby’s mouth. But in addition to all these cosmetic changes, you want to make sure that the environment of your living space keeps your baby healthy and comfortable. Though you may not have realized it, the air quality in your home has

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